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A Night Too Dark (2010)

by Dana Stabenow(Favorite Author)
4.11 of 5 Votes: 1
0312559097 (ISBN13: 9780312559090)
Minotaur Books
Kate Shugak
review 1: #17 in the Kate Shugak series. Native Alaskan P.I. Shugak brings a change of pace to the line-up of fictional P.I.s. In addition to the characters of her extended family in the Alaskan bush, there is also the atmosphere of Alaska itself. All of the entries are enjoyable.Kate Shugak series - As a controversial gold mine prepares to open in the Iqaluk Wildlife Refuge, an employee leaves a suicide note and dis-appears into the wilderness. When a search party finds bear-eaten human remains, the body is assumed to be the missing miner. Kate Shugak is at a loss when the man stumbles out of the woods some weeks later. Now she must identify the body.
review 2: Changes come to the Alaskan Park as a gold mine starts pouring in money and people. This book really assumes p
... morerevious knowledge of the series and many offbeat characters. The device of anchoring chapters around feast days such as Fourth of July and other American days is used to show time passing in a busy summer. I really do not see how the title fits as all takes place by day. The only possible reason for it is that one character is claimed to have been depressed. There is a good look around a new mine and the contrasting wilderness. For a long time we are not sure that a murder occurred and it was one of the less convincing tales for me. But I enjoyed the background activities. less
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I really enjoyed this book, but Dana Stabenow breaks my heart sometimes with these.
Okay but somewhat disappointing in terms of storyline and ending.
Picked this up in Juneau. It seemed like the right thing to do.
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